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Full text of "Poland Russia and Great Britain 1941-1945"

399, 410, 498, 502, 508 ; manifesto
of, 322 ;   recognised by the Allies,
472,   482,   516;       and   agrarian
reform, 412
Lwow, 375, 394, 435

AicEwen, Captain, M.P., 19, 493

McGovern, M.P., 243, 255, 513

McKee, J., 453

Mackiewicz, K., 331

Maisky, Ambassador, 16

Manchester Guardian, 130, 162, 223

Mander, M.P., 266

Marchlewski, J., 153

Matsuoka, Ambassador, 19

Matuszewski, I., 349

Middle Zone, 425, 434, 458, 479

Mikciajczyk, S., 227 ; in Moscow, 227,

282 ; resignation of, 349, 307, 338,

371, 470, 495, 507, 509
Moat, Alice Leon, 55
Molotov, W., 21, 35, 100, 127, 416, 463
Monroe Doctrine and the Soviets, 201
MoScicki, I., 306
Muller, Sir Max, 254
Mysl Polska (Polish Thought}, 111, 160

National troops in U.S.S.R., 46

New York Times, 21, 111, 124, 132, 136,

338, 423

New York Telegraph, 132
New Statesman and Nation, 161
Nineteenth  Century and After, Editor

of, 21, 94, 125, 161, 220, 307
Nowakowski, Z., 88, 168

Observer, 160, 169, 218, 226, 236, 423

Okulicki, General Leopold, 462, 466

Orlemanski, 252

Orvell, G., 298

Osobka, Morawski, 275, 317, 400, 466

Osservatore Romana, 291

Oumanski, Ambassador, 189

Pajdak, Antoni, 466

Pan-Slavia, 419

Petherick, Major, MJ?0 20, 265, 388,
454

Pickthorn, M.P., 244, 379, 514

Piisudski, Marshal Josef, 22, 89, 172

Pledges to Poland, 12, 18, 20, 96, 141,
231, 377, 379, 383, 441, 492, 512

Poland : changes on Western frontier,
483 ; and compensation, 214, 217,
237, 434, 445, 480 , guarantee of
frontiers, 20, 21, 380; exchange
of population, 93, 218, 311, 403;
freedom of, 446; no Quislings,
249; partitioned in 1944, 435;
" old frontier," 161 ; and fear of
Red Army, 211; shifted westward,
385, 497; and Soviet arrests in,

542

300, 500 ; and Soviet deportations,
302,381,442; Soviet partisans in,
117, 178; "strong and inde-
pendent," 96, 136, 160, 446;
"synonymous of England/5 90;
and loss of leaders, 160; Crimea,
conference on, 427; People's
National Council (Kraiowa Rada
Narodowa, K. R. N), 251, 308
Poles in Britain, offer of citizenship,
449, 452, 496, 505 ; press of, 93,
165, 170
Poles in U.S.S.R., 97, 137, 261, 523 ;
and Army, 28, 35, 37, 49, 50, 107 ;
and children, 107, 261 ; citizen-
ship enforced on, 273, 527;
release of, 30-32, 51-53, 90;
officers, 55-58; 92, 120, 522;
priests, 54 ; relief organisation,
104, 110 ; and arrest of delegates,
106, 524; and "Patriots," 139,
156
Polish: Congress in U.S., 239, 269;
Merchant Navy, 170; leaders5
trial in Moscow, 466 ; Provisional
Government See Lublin Com-
mittee ; Soviet Army, 155, 157;
Underground State, 64-70;
Czecho Slovak Declaration, 103;
Soviet Agreement, 17; Soviet
military agreement, 29, 45, 519;
Soviet Declaration of Friendship,
43
Polish Government; split in, 22, 92;
and Soviet-Benes Treaty, 210;
Note of July 30, 1941, on non-
recognition of territorial changes,
18 ; Note of October 13, 1941, on
the incomplete fulfilment of Soviet
obligations of, 521 ; Note on the
Polish officers prisoners-of-war of
October 15, 1941, 522; Note
of January 28, 1942, on the Polish
citizens and officers, 523; Notes
of July 6 and 19, 1942, on arrest
of Embassy delegates, 524-5;
Declaration of February 25, 1943,
on territorial issue, 114; State-
ment of March 4, 1943, on Eastern
Poland, 117; Note of March 8,
1943, on enforcement of Soviet
citizenship, 528 ; Statement of
April 17, 1943, on Katyn murder,
120 ; Statement of April 28, 1943,
on the breaking of relations, 134;
Statement of January 5, 1944, on
restoration of Polish-Soviet rela-
tions, 214 'y Statement of January
15j 1944, on restoration of Polish-
Soviet relations, 221 ; Statement
of January 2, 1945, on Lublin
Committee, 403 ; Statement of